Motorola has entered into another collaboration with Imint – a Swedish company that provides video enhancement solutions – for its latest budget flagship. As part of the partnership, the Moto G100 will be getting Imint’s new Vidhance Selfie Mode, becoming the first Motorola-branded photo to offer this perk. The core premise of this feature is that it always keeps the user in the center of the frame while recording selfie videos, thanks to a combination of Vidhance stabilization and AI-driven face detection and recognition.
The Vidhance Selfie Mode detects users’ faces and then employs proprietary algorithms to tracks the movements, ensuring that their face is always the center of focus in the frame, even in low-light conditions. In addition to the selfie-centric upgrade, the Moto G100 also takes advantage of the Video Stabilization and Vidhance Dynamic Motion Blur Reduction technology, both of which ensure that users are able to capture smoother videos irrespective of the ambient lighting conditions. The latter is already a part of the Motorola Edge+, and is now making its way to the first G-series flagship.
However, this is not the first time Imint and Motorola have joined hands. Both the companies recently partnered to bring some of its Vidhance stabilization solutions to the Motorola Edge+ flagship, with some of them being Vidhance Video Stabilization with Active OIS, Vidhance Horizon, and Vidhance Field of View Correction to name a few. And just in case you’re wondering, Imint provides its Vidhance catalog of stabilization solutions to many other brands, with some of the key names in the clientele being Xiaomi, VIVO, OnePlus, HUAWEI, OPPO, and Qualcomm.